Can you hear me now? Today, I worked as lighting, grip, and sound for “Battle Scars,” the story of an epic battle between a young girl, social anxiety, and depression. If you wish to learn about the jobs of lighting and grip, click here, … Continue reading Battle Scars: Boom, Pistol, Shotgun
With great power comes great responsibility. And thus, great filmmaking power requires a great amount of practice. Like, three hours worth of practice. Let’s get right into it. This week, because we were missing people, I worked as the camera assistant, grip, and … Continue reading Battle Scars: Lights, Camera, Practice!
Filmmaking is a dance. And today, we began to choreograph the action sequence of our new film: Battle Scars. The short film focuses on the thoughts and emotions of a nerdy young girl battling social anxiety and depression, rather literally. … Continue reading Battle Scars: Choreographing the Routine